Barcelona and Real Madrid obtained verification of the conditions of their Spanish Supercopa semi-finals against Real Sociedad and the Athletic Club next week.
The tournament was expected to take place in Saudi Arabia as part of a three-year deal to bring Spanish football to the country in the newly created four-team competition.
However, the preparations to fly all four teams out of Spain were halted due to the continuing Covid-19 pandemic, with new proposals placed in effect to conclude this month's mini-tournament in Spain.
According to reports carried by Mundo Deportivo, details of the game have been confirmed withBarcelona
taking onReal Sociedad
on January 13 at Estadio Nuevo Arcangel.
will faceAthletic Club
on January 14 at Estadio Rosaleda and the final game is set to take place on January 17 at the Estadio de La Cartuja in Seville.
Barcelona are the most decorated club in the history of the Spanish Supercopa with 13 titles.